Migrated from eDJGroupInc.com. Author: Mikki Tomlinson. Published: 2012-10-08 09:00:08  I had the pleasure of participating in the fourth of the five 2012 Executive Counsel Institute (ECI) Corporate Exchange meetings last month in Houston.  I have been attending the ECI meetings for a number of years now and never tire of them.  While the agenda is the same for each of the five 2012 events, the flavor of conversation is always a bit different.  Houston was no exception.The round-table format makes for a conversational dialogue between moderators and attendees.   The Houston meeting spawned discussions that ranged from theoretical to take-away practice points.  Several thorny eDiscovery issues and seemingly unanswerable questions bubbled to the top throughout the one and a half day program.  Here is my highlighted list of those topics:•    Is information governance truly achievable and, if so, how do you get there?•    Bring your own device and cloud trends are muddying the “possession, custody and control” waters.•    How do you effectively manage eDiscovery in small cases without busting the budget?•    Attorney competency in eDiscovery.•    Data in the EU.•    How do we as an industry better educate those outside of the “Sedona Bubble”?While I cannot say that there was necessarily any resolution to these thorny issues, there certainly was a lively and helpful exchange.   Interested in partaking in the discussion?   Please join me at the next ECI Corporate Exchange event in Los Angeles on December 11-12, 2012.eDiscovery Journal Contributor – Mikki Tomlinson (mikki@eDJGroupInc.com)

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